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san jose where the california highway patrol investigators are looking into a car to car shooting that happened overnight and sent one person to the hospital. the shooting happened last night around 11 there was a heavy police presence here at the casino parking lot was tapped off as chp investigated the scene. the victims car had multiple bullet holes. c-h-p is still trying to figure out if the shooting happened on 101 or near 101 on brokraw road.this is right near airport parkway. after the victim was shot in the calf - he drove to the casino for help.many people called 911 and the man was sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the calf.the c-h-p says this is very early into its investigation and they are hoping to talk to the shooting victim to find out more information about the shooting suspect.in san jose, sara stinson kron four news. (vicki) on the peninsula... as the shutdown of the federal government continues, bay area
companies have been stepping to help those who are out of work or not getting paid. today, the fruitguys based in south san francisco delivered boxes of food to t-s-a workers at sfo. kron 4 's charles clifford has details. well, right now i'm outside the headquarters of the fruitguys in south san francisco they deliver fruit and vegetables to companies around the bay area. today they are loading up trucks with boxes of food that will be sent to furloughed tsa works at sfo. about 100 workers are either furloughed or working without pay. the plan is to let these workers pick up the boxes when their shifts end or if they want to come in.sotwe wanted to help where we can and we've been watching. hoping the shutdown will end but it hasn't so we wanted to do what little we can to help them out.sotright now our employees are about to miss their second paycheck and they are wondering what to do. how to pay for gas and groceries. so anything like this definitely helps out. the fruitguys say they will make more donations in the days ahead if the shutdown continues.in south san francisco, charles
clifford kron 4 news. lawrence karnow: it was a spring-like day around the bay area. highs today were in the 50s to mid 60s. it is dry on doppler radar as the storm track has moved well to the north. on the satellite you north. on the well to the news.clifford kron 4 francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. lawrence karnow: it was a spring-like day around the bay area. highs today were in the 50s to mid 60s. it is dry on doppler radar as the storm track has moved well to the north. on the satellite you can see high pressure building overhead. it will continue to strengthen over the next few days. warmer weather will continue the next few days. highs tomorrow will be in the 60s and near 70 on friday. more clouds and slightly cooler weather is forecast for the weekend. (vicki) an uber (vicki) (vicki) an uber driver in
sacramento says he's lucky he didn't crash - after a drunk passenger tried to grab his steering wheel.(grant) they ended up wrestling for control of the car while driving 65 miles an hour on interstate 80 in sacramento. as sonseeahray tonsall reports, the entire incident was caught on a dashcam. natsot: "hi are you albert? are you sonseeahray? all right, come on in. i think i'll get in the back. ok sounds good."that's how most uber rides start and they finish just as cordially.but 3-year-veteran of the streets, albert castro, says what a passenger did in his car after a pick-up saturday wasn't anything close to cordial - it was crazy!albert castro, uber diver:"he goes 'oh, you're gonna crash.' no, i'm not gonna crash. and he says 'no,
no you're gonna crash' and he laughs and then drifts away and then two seconds later he pops back up and grabs the wheel and we fly across two lanes of traffic." natsot/dashcam footagecastro, known to his friends as dax, captured that chaotic moment on his dash cam.smacking his drunk rider's hand down, while they were going 65 near the southbound fulton exit on business 80, he thought he had the situation under control. his passenger had other plans, putting them frighteningly into action as the car they were in reached the highway 50-99 interchange.albert castro, uber diver:"he goes 'i love you brother' and he lunges for the wheel and grabs and pulls it."natsot/dashcam videoalbert castro, uber diver: "and it was literally every ounce of strength i had to keep us from i still don't know how we didn't crash." natsot/dashcam videocastro was in such a battle for control of his car, he hoped others would see his hazards on - and stopped his car in the number two lane of business 80, trying to keep anyone from getting hurt.we now know that this man.tswj vang is the man chp officers say is facing dui charges for violently trying to take control of castro's car after requesting him as an uber at the corner pocket sports bar in citrus heights. video on vang's public
facebook page shows the 32- year-old partying inside a bar an hour before investigators say he made that second grab at the wheel.natsot: facebook videoand he posted a facebook live from inside castro's car about 20 minutes before his arrest.pushing past the fear, castro can't believe just how close his passenger came to taking the life he's built with now 8 kids and a wife he cherishes.albert castro, uber diver:"i got even more angry at the other guy because taking away that from me, she's my everything." (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) that was sonseeahray tonsall
reporting. the driver says he's been told the says he's been told the suspect is now banned from using the uber app. (vicki) a lyft driver is arrested in connection to a sexual battery investigation. it happened last week near shellmound and powell streets in emeryville. the victim told police she called for a ride to a hotel-- and during the ride she was sexually battered. police have since arrested 22-year-old bipin thapa for the attack. lyft says the allegations are disturbing and they are cooperating with investigators. they say the driver did pass a background check last month. (grant) coming up--
cost six-dollars a month. that plan includes ads. but-- the streaming service also says it is raising the price on another plan-- its live t-v package. that will now cost 45-dollars per month... which is a five-dollar increase. just a week ago, neflix said it is raising the price of it's most popular plan by two dollars. streaming services are testing how much people are willing to pay-- as more people are cutting back on expensive cable packages. (vicki) still ahead... the story behind this viral photo...that a deputy says restored her faith. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
(grant) an anonymous good samaritan is being praised for his act of kindness toward a member of law enforcement. (vicki)andrew donley has the picture that lifted the spirits of an alabama deputy. andrew donley:"on one of law enforcement's darkest days in birmingham, a deputy stood in front of this officer memorial drenched, saluting in the rain. but it was a simple act of kindness, that brought her comfort. by a man, she never know was there."on an early sunday morning call, birmingham sergeant wytasha carter's life was taken in the line of duty.woman:"it hurts, it hurts."that following saturday, thousands showed their support.but what many people saw and captured during the procession helped deputy tiffany dial find something that day she was losing grip of.deputy tiffany dial:"it just restores your faith just a little bit."dial says she was standing on the sidewalk in front of a fallen law enforcement memorial,as she
saluted sergeant carter in the pouring rain, she noticed people were taking pictures of her.it wasn't until much later she realized why.deputy tiffany dial:"i didn't know he was there. my peripheral vision was cut off with my hat so i didn't know anything was there. i was in my moment, paying my respects to sergeant carter."the man never said a word.the deputy didn't get the chance to,onlookers said he left after standing with her for more than 30 minutes.by the time she turned around, he was gone.today, she wishes she had that chance.deputy tiffany dial:"it meant a lot, in ways that you can't even really put into words. it wasn't just about keeping the rain off of me for that little bit, it meant a lot more than that."it means she wasn't alone, in a time when law enforcement members need the community's support the most. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san look outside... taking a live (anchor) most.support the community's the members need enforcement members need the community's support the most. most. support the most.
(anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a spring-like day around the bay area. highs today were in the 50s to mid 60s. it is dry on doppler radar as the storm track has moved well to the north. on the satellite you can see high pressure building overhead. it will continue to strengthen over the next few days. warmer weather will continue the next few days. highs tomorrow will be in the 60s and near 70 on friday. more clouds and slightly cooler weather is forecast for the weekend.
(vicki) it's a devastating disease that debilitates around five million americans. now, a new clinical study hopes to be able to predict if you will develop alzheimer's. reid binion has more on this study in tonight's health minute. a simple blood test could let you know whether you will develop alzheimer's disease. according to a new study
published in the journal nature medicine... doctors may be able to make predictions, 16 years before symptoms begin. one of the many changes in the brain that occur is the accumulation of a protein in the blood called neurofilament light chain, or nfl. researchers are testing for the changes in this protein, to measure nerve cell loss in the brain. they say the more "nfl" in the blood, the more brain damage you have.405 people across the world were part of the "dominantly inherited alzheimer's network." their nfl protein levels were measured through blood test, brain images, and cognitive tests every 2.5 years, over the last seven. the study is still ongoing, but 243 were already found to have increasing levels of the protein. so far, have developed the disease.trial proves successful, doctors are hopeful it will allow them to start treating patients early. for today's health mfighting ca after losing her husband in afghanistan. why an n-f-l player felt he needed to give back-- in a big way.
the one with the designer dog collar. wondering how i upgraded to this sweet pad? a 1,200-square-foot bathroom, and my very own spa. all i had to do was give my human "the look". with wells fargo's 3% down payment on a fixed-rate loan and a simpler online application, getting into my dream home was easier than ever. get your human to visit wellsfargo.com/woof. what would she do without me? (grant) a big surprise for a mom who has gone through a lot lately. her husband died in afghanistan-- and now she is fighting cancer. (vicki) but she doesn't let her illness stop her efforts to help families of other fallen heroes. and one famous fan of hers took notice. melissa stern reports. kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "i thought i was going out to dinner with some friends...ánats of videoákami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "the doorbell rang, and
i opened the door, and ben garland from the falcons was standing there."it was the surprise of a lifetime. there garland stood with two super bowl tickets.kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "oh my gosh, it was just a shock. so excited! i love sports, i love football, so this is a really fun opportunity, i've never been to an event like thiskami kennedy says the atlanta falcons are huge supporters of military charities as is she. she became active with an organization called children of fallen patriots after her husband was killed in afghanistan in 2012.kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "they provide college scholarships for children who have lost their parent in the line of duty"she's helped raise more than 100-thousand dollars for that organization which she says has become like family.kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "in my husbands memory, i do a golf tournament up at west point. he went to united states military academy at west point. the proceeds from this golf outing, i donate to children of the fallen patriots, because education was very important to tom, my late husband."kami and tom have twins. they were two when he was killed.kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "ben, when he showed up, he kind of knew my back story. i'm currently fighting cancer
right now as well. so he just-- in the midst of everything that i'm going through, i'm still really active and trying to give back."she's taking her sister with her to the super bowl, who she says has been so supportive, even moving in after losing tom.kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "just looking forward to a fun night out, a nice night out with my sister who is such a big help."melissa stern/reporting: "despite her loss and finding out her cancer has now spread, she remains positive and active in her community. she says that's what her husband would have wanted."kami kennedy/going to the super bowl: "just leave all my worries behind for a night." (vicki)(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and
pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) thank you grant and vicki.tonight at 6... (pam) on day 33 of the government shutdown.. protests erupt in washington .... as speaker nancy pelosi continues to draw a line in the sand with president trump... that he says he is intent on crossing. (ken) and a shooting in florida leaves five people dead.what we're learning about the shooter and the victims tonight. (ken) and state lawmakers hearing suggestions from all sides on how to tackle the homelessness crisis. kron4 news at 6 is next.
shutdown is inflicting chaos across the country and certainly in washington dc. > (ken)house speaker nancy pelosi speaking today in washington... as protests over the shutdown turned to arrests in the nation's capitol (ken) the senate will vote tomorrow on two bills aimed at ending the shutdown, although both seem destined to fail. thank you for joining us, i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. despite that, the votes could be an important step toward finding some sort of compromise. in the meantime, speaker pelosi says, next week's state of the union is off -- in her chamber. karin caifa (prono: kay-fuh) reports from washington. while federal workers protested inside a senate office building, party leaders set the stage for thursday's
dueling votes.sen. mitch mcconnell / -r- majority leader: it's hard to think of a good reason to oppose this. sen. chuck schumer / -d- minority leader: our amendment: open up the government and then let's talk. the democratic proposal -- re- open the federal government until february eighth, while both sides negotiate.the g.o.p. proposal, the president's proposal -- three years of daca protections, in exchange for $5.7 billion for the border wall, a non-starter for democrats.sen. chris van hollen / -d- maryland: the president will just say, oh hey, it worked great to shut down the government to get the first thing i wanted, i'm going to keep shutting down the government in the future. both on track to fail, but senators hope it's a constructive step.sen. mike rounds / -r- south dakota: hopefully once that occurs and all sides have laid out their position, we can begin using this as a catalyst to take the next steps.minus a deal, speaker nancy pelosi and house democratic leadership, want next tuesday's state of the union address at the capitol, postponed.rep. hakeem jeffries / -d- new york: unless the government is reopened, it's highly unlikely that the state of the union's going to take place on the floor of the united states house of representatives.pelosi sent a letter to the president wednesday afternoon reiterating, no shutdown solution, nope